This Monday officially begins, perhaps the most important in the rest of the government administration, before politicians begin the game of chairs.
For the rest, there may be likes or dislikes, but the shoes in Mexico point in a specific direction, to say the least, some relevant investments in impact.
From the National Palace he decided to return or intensify the Mexicans in oil activities, construction and tourism. The above, if everything goes according to plan, will happen mainly in the south.
The Transistamian Corridor from Oaxaca to Veracruz follows industrial investment; The Mayan Train, turning the Yucatan Peninsula into an entertainment carousel and Pemex are the bets in which we bet the ‘rest’ in the spirit of refining oil.
Considering the fact that the science and technology here are worthy of doubt and not insistence, this nice city is drawing closer to being a better host, favoring more oil, more workers and visitors.
Pandemic, politics and tragic fate we work They seem to have ordered the extinction of the ‘cedar’ who once emerged as the king of employment in the cities.
While Mexico these days settles around the year 1984, quantum computing hits the streets in 2022.
For example, Sydney will launch a tender to order all transport in an Australian city. IBM’s new refrigerator-sized computer systems promise to solve ‘butterfly effect’ problems.
Imagine that the train, metro, metrobus, Uber and the traffic lights on the corner work in sync, so that everything is like an orchestra and it only takes you 20 minutes to get to the airport.
New York consultancy CB Insights warns that Google, Microsoft, Amazon, IBM and Intel are adjusting themselves in the quantum space through product launches, research and development projects, investments and partnerships.
On the second level, banks are accelerating fintech or fintech. Its first generation allowed ‘changaros’ in Mexico to be charged with a credit card using a cell phone or you could make transfers using just an app.
Now, Goldman, Citigroup and JP Morgan enter a phase of competition even in crypto assets, which they blasted with ‘cryptocurrency’.
One question that may be resolved this year is whether the blockchain that eventually makes that world possible can jump into the real economy helping every day, for example, assets without the current fraudulent legal processes. To authenticate purchases and sales.
If an opportunity opens up, banks will want and eventually cut into a new transaction business.
As they denied the possible spread of horseless cars in the days of wagons, most of humanity today believes the advent of electric cars to be impossible.
Meanwhile, Ford and Tesla sabotage their plans as they sell more than they bargained for.
Ford Motor revealed on Tuesday that it plans to nearly double the annual production capacity of its upcoming F-150 Lightning electric pickup, in a clear sign that they themselves underestimated demand for the product. This is the second time Ford has announced that it will double production of the vehicle in the spring. Initially 40 thousand units were announced, now the production is 150 thousand units.
“The reception for this vehicle has been absolutely incredible,” Kumar Galhotra, president of Ford of America, told CNBC on Tuesday.
Powerful computers, new financial services, electric vehicles… Outsiders throw parties.
They would all be able to count on people south of the Rio Grande willing to cheaply assemble pieces of whatever they invented, if there was power; To serve margaritas by sea, if not bullets and to get old cars they no longer want, if the national treasury is enough to make a lot of gasoline.